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Bertha W. Fearing

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Articles by Bertha W. Fearing

An Interesting Interview in the Middle East (March 1962)

RUBY WILLIAMS, a Bible instructor associated with Beirut, Lebanon, Evangelistic Center, was conducting a cooking school in connection with the meetings there when I met her and asked for an interview. Here are some or the en­suing questions and answers.

God's Well-groomed Ambassadors (January 1964)

The principles enunciated in this article, originally prepared for the women workers in our General Conference office, apply to our representative Adventist women the world over. We think it will have point for our shepherdesses and other women workers as they seek rightly to represent the Advent message before the world.

SHEPHERDESS: Read, Mark, Clip! (September 1952)

Our ministers' wives will profit by these practical suggestions on how a ministerial couple can work together in collecting material for sermons, articles, et cetera.—B. c.

The Place of the Minister's Wife in the Church and Community (Concluded) (August 1963)

Presented to an assembly of ministers' wives at the Columbia Union session, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

The Place of the Minister's Wife in the Church and Community (Part 1) (July 1963)

Presented to an assembly of ministers' wives at the Columbia Union Session, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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